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Check Out These Two Great Classes Being Offered This Semester

January 26, 2016 by

FTV 329/529-15: THE BUSINESS OF ANIMATION Tuesdays 7:00PM – 9:45PM, MKS 121 Animation is a major force in modern entertainment and continues to grow by leaps and bounds.  This introductory course examines the evolution and current state of that business, with a primary focus on the studio industry.  Scheduled guests include producers Jordan Kerner (Smurfs,

Sony NAB Student Experience Program – Applications due Monday, January 25

January 21, 2016 by

Sony is inviting Dodge College students to take part in the SONY NAB STUDENT EXPERIENCE PROGRAM. This unique student program sponsored by Sony brings approximately 50 students from across the country together each year at NAB to take part in a unique learning and training experience. Sony is offering 2 spots to Dodge College students

Film Festival Corner for 1/20/16

January 20, 2016 by

Screenings and Awards HUM and VOLCANO! have been officially selected for the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival. LEAST AMONG BREATHREN was officially selected and garnered the Award of Merit at the 10th Canada International Film Festival. ALZHEIMER’S: A LOVE STORY continues its incredible run by being officially selected for the 31st Annual Santa Barbara

Salute Your Shorts: Meet the Programmers

January 15, 2016 by

Join us for the first installment of our Industry Dialogues Series, Salute Your Shorts: Meet the Programmers on Wednesday, Febrary 10 at 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. in the Digital Media Arts Center Screening Room. Seating is first come. Film festival programmers dish on what they look for and what not to do when submitting. The

American Pavilion Presentation

January 11, 2016 by

If you’re interested in a career in the entertainment or advertising and marketing industries, consider complementing your school curriculum with hands-on experience, direct access to industry professionals, and unparalleled networking opportunities at the world-renowned Cannes Film Festival and Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity. Join us for this American Pavilion Presentation on Wednesday, February 3, 2016,

Memorial Service for Professor Cory O’Connor

January 7, 2016 by

Please join us for a memorial service celebrating the life of professor Cory O’Connor Saturday, January 16 at 2 p.m. at the Wallace All Faiths Chapel on the Chapman University campus Cory is best remembered by students, colleagues and alumni for his passion for both his teaching and his students. We invite you to read

Industry Dialogues Panel Series

December 18, 2015 by

Next year, we’ll begin the Industry Dialogues Panel Series. The purpose and focus of this series is what to do once you’ve finished your film. We’ll have professionals from all parts of the film industry come and speak once a month on four different topics. Salute Your Shorts: Meet the Programmers Wednesday, February 10th 2016

Stay Informed During Emergencies

December 17, 2015 by

Randy Burba, chief of Public Safety, recently wrote a post about how students and their families can be informed during emergency situations. We encourage you all to take a look, and make sure your information is up to date, and that you are signed up for Panther Alerts, so you may keep informed. You can

Film Festival Corner for 12/16

December 17, 2015 by

Screenings and Awards PYRO was officially selected and played the 10th Annual Orlando Film Festival, the 2nd Annual Culver City Film Festival, and the 2nd Annual SciFi Film Festival in Sydney, Australia. PAPARAZZI ACADEMY was officially selected for the Women’s Only Entertainment Film Festival. RIGHT HAND OF GOD was officially selected for the 3rd Annual

Oakie Award Winners Announced

December 14, 2015 by

Jack Oakie always said “Give money to the kids,” which is why his wife, Victoria, began the Jack Oakie and Victoria Horne Oakie Charitable Foundation. The Oakie Foundation underwrites comedy scholarships for deserving film students. Sound familiar? It should. This month, the Jack Oakie Comedy Awards were accepting submissions. $10,000 was up for grabs between